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DMA committee takes three companies to task

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New York—The Direct Marketing Association’s Committee on Ethical Business Practice said that three companies, none of which are DMA members, failed to respond to the DMA’s request for information on their business practices. The DMA’s request was prompted by customer complaints. One of the three companies, SND Marketing Listing Service, Spring, Texas, was referred to the Federal Communications Commission for possible action, the DMA said. The other two companies that failed to cooperate with the DMA committee are Intelius, Bellevue, Wash., and Incentive Reward Center of Delray Beach, Fla., which is now known as Consumer Incentive Promotions.

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